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Go to our Forthcoming Events page to find details of the 2017 Nicholson Lecture
We were proud to win the Willliam Stansell Somerset Historic Buildings Award 2016 for the category of restoration and conservation. The Award is presented by the Somerset Building Preservation Trust every other year.
In making the award, the judges found that "The work involved the repair of the roof, stonework and leaded light windows of this medieval and mid-nineteenth century parish church. It is an exemplary project both for the support and fund raising from the Parochial Church Council and in the light-touch, well crafted repairs. the opportunity was taken to reinstate the original patterned rooof tiling and to introduce roof insulation which hugely improves the internal environment. The careful repairs to the glass and the restoration of the 1930s electric fittings complete a perfect project."
Designer: Philip Hughes Associates, Wincanton
Contractor: T. A. Green Builder, Wincanton
Specialist contractors: Salisbury Cathedral Stained Glass, Salisbury (glazing repairs and cleaning); Humphries & Jones, Crewkerne (light fitting refurbishment)
The 2016 Nicholson Lecture
For a report on another successful Lecture, please visit our Past Events page, where you will also find details of the Great Awakening, a recital given in June 2015.
We are a non-profit organisation and welcome any kind of support. If you would like to support us, please check out the Support Us page for more information.
For a map and directions for finding the church, go to the Contact Us page.
Disabled Access: This is an old building: it is not designed for wheeled access and compromises have to be made. There is a two-inch step up into the porch and nave, but access beyond the nave is restricted.
Amenities: There are no publicly accessible lavatory or washing facilities at the church or in Maperton village.
Taxis: Destination Travel - 01963.34441 in Wincanton.
Banks, doctors and chemists: Wincanton (3 miles)
Railways: Castle Cary (Great Western) - 6 miles - or Templecombe (South-west Trains), 4 miles
St. Peter & St. Paul's Church,
The church is normally open during daylight hours in the winter and from 9.30 am until 6 pm in the summer. If it is shut, a key can be obtained from J. Scott at Yarn Barton (details on the notice-board in the porch) or ring 07966.171723
Copyright in all photographs on this website belongs to O.J. de C. Scott, L.R.P.S.